The Internet of Things The Internet of Things (IOT) is based upon the integration of commercial TCP-IP networks with ubiquitous, embedded, Control Systems hardware attached to such things as wall plugs, speakers, lights, cameras, thermostats, and multiple other domestic appliances. To date the implementations have been networked at the home or facility end
Topic: Internet of Things (IoT)
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is leading the effort to bring smart cities standards to the nation's public safety community. Today, DHS S&T is launching a smart cities technology integration pilot in St. Louis, Missouri, in collaboration with both the city and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC).
Early this spring, Russian government-linked hackers used three popular internet of things devices with weak security to access several Microsoft customers' networks, then tried infiltrating more privileged accounts, researchers announced Monday.
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), through its National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), this week announced that it's working on a project whose goal is to help the energy sector secure industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems.
Attacks against Internet of Things (IoT) devices and networks have been escalating throughout 2018 with 32.7 million IoT attacks having been detected during last year by SonicWall, while phishing saw a decrease in volume with most of the attacks being targeted.
The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act wants to make sure the federal government isn't buying devices that can be easily hacked.
How would you like to download a 2GB movie in six seconds or less? Well, this next-generation wireless technology will soon be available with the launching of 5G wireless networks along with compatible cellular technologies. Watch this companion CSIAC Video Podcast: https://www.csiac.org/podcast/5th-generation-5g-technology/ Before we get to 5G,
This podcast is a breakdown episode where the CSIAC discusses current topics in further depth. CSIAC tries to breakdown the complexity of the topic. The 5th generation (5G) of wireless technology will soon be available with the launching of 5G wireless networks along with compatible cellular technologies. 5G is built on the 802.11ac Institute of Electrical
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as sensors, wearable devices, robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles facilitate the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance to Command and Control and battlefield services. However, the extensive use of information and communication technologies in such systems makes them
"America’s prosperity and security depend on how we respond to the opportunities and challenges in cyberspace. Critical infrastructure, national defense, and the daily lives of Americans rely on computer-driven and interconnected information technologies. As all facets of American life have become more dependent on a secure cyberspace, new vulnerabilities